Primary III April Blogpost
We have been so busy this semester that it has literally flown by. The Multi-Cultural Festival was a lot fun, and the children worked very hard creating a beautiful classroom. If you are interested in owning a copy of our class video, there is a sign up sheet outside the classroom. We received our butterfly life cycle kit, and the children have been observing the different life cycles. I think they are most intrigued with the actual metamorphosis. Also this month, we journied into the continent of Europe and our solar system.
No changes for May! Expect another busy month. We will continue learning about time and money along with our last continent, Africa. We will learn about frogs and insects, too. Some dates to mark on your calendars are the Brown’s Farm Strawberry Picking field trip on May 12, the Mother and Father’s Day Tea on the morning of May 22, and the Kindergarten Bridging Ceremony and Family Picnic on May 23.
It is hard to believe that our school year is coming to an end. As I sit here reflecting on our children and our school, my heart flutters with happiness. These children have grown and matured into some of the most amazing people I know. It has been an amzing experience to observe their growth and development. This is when my heart and mind begin to gleam with pride, watching these children carry themselves with such purpose. They have independently constructed their own character, and with that character they are driven to be purposeful, free thinking, empathic explorers of our world. With that said, we thank you all for these beautiful people you have bestowed upon us!
Much Love and Many Blessings,
Ms. Kelly and Ms. Shree
“To know, to love and to serve is the trinomial of all religions, but the child is the true maker of our spirituality.” Maria Montessori
April 25, 2014 2:40 pm
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